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About Lost City Arts

Established in 1982 by owner James Elkind, Lost City Arts is recognized as a leading source of 20th century design and fine arts. The gallery specializes in collections of post-war American craft furniture with an emphasis on works by Harry Bertoia.

Lost City Arts

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Featured Pieces

Large Ceramic Midcentury Bulbous Red Vase, Italy 1960s
Located in New York, NY
A striking piece of Italian art pottery with a vibrant decoration.
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vases

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Ceramic

French Ceramic Totem Sculpture, 1990s
Located in New York, NY
French ceramic TOTEM sculpture, 1990s.
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1990s French Abstract Sculptures

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Ceramic

Holmegaard Glass "Rondo" Vases in "Majgron" by Per Lutken, Denmark 1960s
By Per Lutken for Holmegaard
Located in New York, NY
Lütken designed more than 3,000 pieces of glass for Holmegaard, for whom he worked from 1942 and until his death in 1998.      
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Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Vases

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Blown Glass

Jay Kelly Metal and Wood Abstract Sculptures, USA, 2008
By Jay Kelly
Located in New York, NY
Jay Kelly's sculptures have an undeniably whimsical appeal while still expressing the strength of his technique and use of materials.  
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Early 2000s American Abstract Sculptures

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Metal

Borge Mogensen "The Hunting Chair" by Erhard Rasmussen, Denmark, 1950s
By Børge Mogensen
Located in New York, NY
The Hunting Chair, Mogensen's low lounge chair with solid, patinated oak frame. The seat and back are the original patinated natural leather.
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Vintage 1950s Danish Scandinavian Modern Chairs

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Leather, Oak

Paul Frankl Cork and Mahogany Coffee Table for Johnson Furniture, USA, 1950s
By Paul Frankl
Located in New York, NY
One of Frankl's iconic designs with an Asian influence. Its length is striking and its simple lines make it a very versatile design.
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Cork

Poul Henningsen 4- Shade Amber Glass PH Pendant for Louis Poulsen, Denmark 1930s
By Poul Henningsen
Located in New York, NY
Henningsen designed the PH 4 lamp to increase the amount of light emitted horizontally from the lamp in order to improve wall and shelf light. The height indicated is as seen in the ...
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Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Chandeliers and Pendants

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Bronze

BAG Turgi Copper and Perspex Sconces, Switzerland, 1960s
By BAG Turgi
Located in New York, NY
Post-constructivist sconces by the Swiss design and manufacturing company BAG Turgi, 1960s. The geometric design is composed of Perspex and copper and steel.
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Vintage 1960s Swiss Mid-Century Modern Wall Lights and Sconces

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Copper, Steel

Harry Bertoia Framed Monotype on Rice Paper, USA, 1960s
By Harry Bertoia
Located in New York, NY
Bertoia created hundreds if not thousands of one of a kind monotypes in his career, often as working drawings for his sculpture works. He employed a variety of techniques to arrive a...
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Vintage 1960s North American Prints

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Paper

Backlit Chisel Cut Glass Mirror Attributed to Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte
Located in New York, NY
A remarkable example of the finest Italian design attributed to Max Ingrand.
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Wall Mirrors

Materials

Cut Glass, Mirror

Dan Johnson Patinated Bronze and Cane "Gazelle' Chairs, USA 1950s
By Dan Johnson
Located in New York, NY
A remarkably distinctive and rare design. The Gazelle chair is both beautifully sculptural and comfortable.
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Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Chairs

Materials

Bronze

George Nakashima African Zebrawood & Walnut Double Pedestal Desk, USA 1986
By George Nakashima
Located in New York, NY
A magnificent example of George Nakashima's work. Commissioned directly from the artist by the previous owner in 1985 and executed in 1986. The desk is signed and dated by George Nak...
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Vintage 1980s American Desks and Writing Tables

Materials

Walnut, Zebra Wood

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